The location of Nottingham, in the central region has helped its establishment as a key center of industry over the past hundred years. Recently, however, the city has embarked on a journey of transformation – finding considerable success in the service sector as tourism continues to grow. Consequently, those considering searching for marketing jobs in Nottingham, even at this difficult time, are in a prhyme benefit from a city with a firm historical past and a bright future as a tourist destination and business location.
Despite the trend towards services and tertiary business in the city, the industry remains crucial for those interested in a career in marketing employer. Engineering conglomerate, Siemens, who specialize in communications and transportation, has a UK base which contributes to its global workforce of more than 480,000 people. Similarly, the swimwear manufacturer: Speedo, also has a factory in the city – and the popularity of lycra since the 70s have remained the market leader in the production of swimming reports.
During the last decade or so, many creative industries have begun to flourish in Nottingham. Several graphics, textiles and digital design companies have been established. Branding and graphic design company, Purple Circle, are one of those success stories. Having been established in 1991, they have grown to become the best choice for solutions brand and design for large and small businesses in the city, including: Boots, Nottingham City Council, Speedo, and the treehouse Company .
The two shopping centers (Victoria Centre and Westfield Broadmarsh) in the heart of Nottingham, are becoming increasingly attractive to more and more visitors from within and outside the city. The first is home to 116 stores, including the flagship store for Boots and a large internal market. Westfield is home to 86 shops as well as market-stalls, and is expected to undergo a huge 700 million regeneration.
Of course there are many other reasons the city is popular with tourists. The legend of Robin Hood and its rich history make Nottingham a great destination for the whole family. Although Nottingham Castle referenced in Robin Hood, now the site is home to Ducal Mansion built in the 1600s and functions as a museum and exhibition space. The City of Caves is another attraction in Nottingham, and has been dated back to 1270. As Today visitors can explore the underground network by entrance to Broadmarsh.